Mondelēz International, Inc. (NASDAQ: MDLZ) is one of the world’s largest snacks companies, empowering people to snack right in over 150 countries.
Nabisco (/ n ə ˈ b ɪ s k oʊ /, abbreviated from the earlier name National Biscuit Company) is an American manufacturer of cookies and snacks headquartered in East Hanover, New Jersey. The company is a subsidiary of Illinois-based Mondelēz International.
Our brands are as diverse and rich in heritage as the more than 150 countries in which we market our products. Types. Biscuits. Chocolate. Gum and Candy.
Nabisco, former U.S. snack food and bakery product company. The National Biscuit Company was formed in 1898 when the American Biscuit Company merged with the New York Biscuit Company. Better known as Nabisco, it went on to introduce a number of popular consumer brands such as Oreo cookies
Nabisco International, Inc. and Nabisco Foods Group are now separate business units of R.J.R. Nabisco, Inc., of which the parent company is R.J.R. Nabisco Holdings Corp. 1993 - On January 4, Nabisco Foods Group sells its U.S. and Canadian ready-to-eat cereal business – primarily Shredded Wheat brand – to Kraft General Foods.
The National Biscuit Company, known as “N.B.C.,” incorporated yet a third cracker group, the United Baking Company. The massive new trust controlled over half of the cracker and cookie business in America, with 114 bakeries and over 400 ovens, producing 360 million pounds of crackers a year.
Mondelez International's portfolio includes several billion-dollar components, among them cookie, cracker, and candy brands Belvita, Chips Ahoy!, Oreo, Ritz, TUC, Triscuit, Nabisco, LU, Sour Patch Kids, Barny, and Peek Freans; chocolate brands Milka, Côte d'Or, Toblerone, Cadbury, Green & Black's, Freia, Marabou, and Fry's; gum and cough drop ...